In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, unemployment and food insecurity have soared. More than 42 million people may now face hunger in the U.S. 

 

We partner with nationally known music artists on tour to supply healthy food distributions before show time to low-income women, children, and elderly so they do not have to go hungry.  

We turn concert day into a day of giving. 

We bring people and music                    together to do good

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During the Covid-19 pandemic, 

Lauren Alaina and her crew donated a truckload of food to out of work people in Nashville and then joined volunteers distributing food to people in their cars. 

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On tour in Philadelphia, PA, we partnered with Thomas Rhett to donate hundreds of meals for homebound elderly and disabled in the area. We deployed volunteers to pack and deliver meals before show time.

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During the unemployment
crisis of 2020, Thomas Rhett, Miranda Lambert, and The Black Keys donated truckloads of food to people in need in Tennessee.
We deployed teams of volunteers to distribute food.

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Concert day is a day of giving 

Greater Good Music is operating through a fiscal sponsorship with Players Philanthropy Fund (Federal Tax ID: 27-6601178), a Maryland charitable trust with federal tax-exempt status as a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to Greater Good Music are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.